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I am a spatial macroecologist and conservation biologist, with a particular interest in biodiversity scaling and turnover. My work involves both theoretical prediction and empirical surveys of these patterns, as well as direct applications of this information to the practice of conservation in human-altered landscapes.
Lauren SchrickerGraduate Student
Lauren is a Ph.D. student leading our field work on landscape-scale bird distributions in western Pennsylvania.
Tessa RhinehartResearch Programmer
Tessa is a Research Programmer working on our bird call classification software.
Kyle WaltersUndergraduate Researcher
Kyle is an undergraduate Mathematics major working on the theoretical relationship between species scaling and turnover.
Lydia ZimmermanUndergraduate Researcher
Lydia is an undergraduate Biological Sciences major assisting with our acoustic data collection and analysis.
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Madoc Smith, Undergraduate Researcher, Mathematical Biology, University of Pittsburgh – 2018
Aaron Lauer, Undergraduate Researcher, Biological Sciences, University of Pittsburgh – 2018